Fabrizio Poce J74 Morph 1.3.1 Max for Live
presets, patches, impulses | 1.45mb
J74 Morph is a set of Ableton Live / Max for Live devices for preset and mixer settings interpolation (morphing). The Morph device family provide tools for creating full track snapshots, performing real/time settings interpolation among the snapshots, making device presets and morphing among them, use of multiple sends as a single multi-effect, modulation of any parameter pair in a XY spring panel, free editable envelope modulation, 2-dimensional LFO and XY control through gamepads or joysticks. As long as device parameters can be MIDI mapped or automated in Ableton Live, they can be interpolated by Morph devices.
Requirements, Specifications and Documentation
Morph is an Ableton Live Max for Live device for Live 10 and higher.
You must have a Max for Live licence to run it and it will run properly only in Live 10 or higher (older versions of Live are not supported).
- Ableton Live 10 and 11 (with embedded Max), Suite or Standard (with Max for Live license)
- Windows versions supported: 10
- Mac OS versions supported: 10.13 and higher
- If you like to use a Joystick or other USB/HID controller, be sure to test such controller, before purchasing, using the free MorphJ device (**).
- PresetMorph and TrackMorph support racks only at the macro level.
- Max 128 parameters per VST can be automated in Ableton Live. This limits Morph devices interpolation to up to 128 parameters.
- Some VSTs use internal files (like samples). These are not parameters and cannot be automated in Live and consequently are not visible to Morph devices
- If you work with racks be aware that Morph devices can only look at racks at the Macro level, not inside.
(**) Notes for Windows users:
Under Microsoft Windows certain devices (mostly pointers, mouses, keyboards, keypads) will not show up in JoyMorph. This restriction is set by the Microsoft operative system. The official statement of Microsoft on the matter is available here. The following equipment should instead work properly in JoyMorph: Joysticks, Gamepads, System Controllers. This limitation does not apply to the Mac OS environment.
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